The Top 100 Women Chief Executive Officers of 2021

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Women We Admire is pleased to announce the Top 100 Women CEOs of 2021

Women We Admire is pleased to announce the Top 100 Women CEOs of 2021. This year’s awardees represent an elite group of leaders, who have used their insight into market trends, deep knowledge of customers, and ability to develop innovative products and services to drive business across a range of industries. In addition to leading some of the biggest organizations in their respective fields, these women have also played significant roles in their companies’ transformations. From Jane Fraser, who just this year became the first female CEO of financial services giant Citigroup; to Susan Wojcicki, who strategically led Google to acquire YouTube in 2006 and went on to lead the platform through its meteoric growth; and to Mary Barra, who has ushered General Motors into driverless and electric-powered vehicle technology, these awardees have broken down countless barriers to confidently lead their companies to success.

Amid their own professional achievements, they have also served as fierce advocates for women in business, serving as part of organizations and initiatives that are working diligently to open doors for women and other minorities to achieve in their fields. Coming from varied professional backgrounds, they have worked to produce workplaces that are as diverse as they are productive, working tirelessly to ensure that their employees, their companies, and their products are of the highest caliber. Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of the Top 100 Women CEOs of 2021.

Jane Fraser (Citigroup), Safra Catz (Oracle), Carol Tomé (UPS), Susan Wojcicki (YouTube), Sonia Syngal (The Gap, Inc.), Phebe Novakovic (General Dynamics), Laura Alber (Williams-Sonoma, Inc.), Michele Buck (The Hershey Company), Lily Sarafan (Home Care Assistance), Lori Ryerkerk (Celanese), Adi Tatarko (Houzz), Ho Ching (Temasek Holdings), Whitney Wolfe Herd (Bumble), Arianna Huffington (Thrive Global), Oprah Winfrey (Oprah Winfrey Network), Rachel Carlson (Guild Education), Sarah Friar (Nextdoor), Anne Wojcicki (23andMe), Emily Weiss (Glossier), Alyson Watson (Modern Health), Shan-Lyn Ma (Zola), Eynat Guez (Papaya Global), Sophie Kim (Market Kurly), Morgan DeBaun (Blavity, Inc.), Rebeca Minguela (Clarity AI), Caryn Seidman-Becker (CLEAR), Isabelle Kenyon (Calibrate), Catherine Wood (ARK Investment Management), Angela Sutherland (Yumi), Stephany Kirkpatrick (Orum), Liz Young (Realm), Padmasree Warrior (Fable), Tracy Day (World Science Festival), Meena Ganesh (Protea Medical), and many others.

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